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Issue 4/2019

We publish here, courtesy of Prof. Piergiorgio Strata, a contribution – already published in Annali Online of Ferrara – IUSS, Vol. 1, 2007, pp. 40 ss. – in which the neuroscientist addresses in detail the theme of the cd. “false memories“, illustrating in particular how scientific research has long highlighted the extremely fragile nature of human memory and its vulnerability to manipulation with exercises of suggestion and imagination.

Therefore, he states, to have evidenciary value in criminal proceedings, the content of the testimony must be supported by other concrete and well-documented procedural evidence.

 

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